The Inquirer has confirmed that SiS has been granted a license to make chipsets that use Intel's new 800MHz front side bus. No additional details on the licensing agreement have been released.
Thus far, Intel has granted both SiS and VIA licenses to use its 800MHz front side bus. ATI may also have a license for the new front side bus, which means we could see a flood of different chipset options for Intel's latest processors in the coming months.
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